Miranda July’s new offbeat family drama stars Evan Rachel Wood as the child of criminal parents whose world is turned upside down by a newly recruited partner in crime (Gina Rodriguez). A critically acclaimed Sundance choice, this film’s got heart and humor.

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Bong Joon-ho (Parasite) wrote and directed this fantastic crime thriller based on the real story of Korea’s first known serial killer. It’s widely considered one of the best films to ever come out of Korea and has been a longtime fav of our staff!

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Can two strangers get away with murder? If you’re a charming psychopath striking up a conversation on a train, there’s only one way to find out. Don’t miss this insane thriller from the master of suspense himself.

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Hitchcock’s 1934 original (which he later remade in 1956) casts an ordinary British couple on vacation when they suddenly find themselves embroiled in a case of international intrigue and attempted political assassination.

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This early Wong Kar-wai film shows his developing directorial style and follows Yuddy, a Hong Kong playboy known for breaking girls’ hearts, who tries to find solace and the truth after discovering the woman who raised him isn’t his mother.

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This early Wong Kar-wai film shows his developing directorial style and follows a disillusioned young man through 1960s Hong Kong. Starring Maggie Cheung and Andy Lau. 

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Miyazaki’s directorial debut stars master of disguise and deduction, inventor of all sorts of gadgets, and gentleman thief Lupin III — a character from the popular Monkey Punch manga. Miyazaki brings his magic to this staple character of anime and comics. (1979)

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A severed ear discovered in a field, reveals the cracks and dark secrets of a seemingly idyllic little town. David Lynch’s neo-noir mystery follows a young man as he wanders into the murky world of a beautiful, mysterious nightclub singer and the psychopathic criminals running her life.

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The Dude just wants to bowl and get a little buzzed on White Russians. But millionaire delinquents, trophy wives, kidnappings, a porno king, hippies, and his bowling partner Walter keep getting in the way in this Coen Brothers classic with a cult following.

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